Dan Diachenko


Previous Roles Senior Advisor at PeopleProductive Inc., Co-Chair at SIM National Chapter Advisory Council, Board Member and Co-Chair - Membership Committee at SIM Boston, Host & Producer at People Productivity Factor YouTube Channel Education MBA from Universidad Torcuato di Tella, Bachelors in International Business from Rollins College

Dan Diachenko, based in Boston, Massachusetts, is a distinguished figure in the field of business relations and organizational culture enhancement. As the Head of Global Business Relations at PeopleProductive, Dan has dedicated his career to fostering enriching and human-centric company cultures.

His expertise in bridging the gap between technology and human interaction has made him a pivotal figure in transforming workplace environments into productive and inclusive spaces.Beginning his career as one of the original founding team members of Avature in Argentina, a recruiting tech start-up initiated by the co-founder of HotJobs.com, Dan has consistently demonstrated an innovative approach to online social networking and creative business-relationship building. This approach has been instrumental in establishing strong organizational ties and guiding international teams towards enhanced product delivery and profitability.Dan's academic background includes a Bachelor's degree in International Business from Rollins College and a bilingual MBA from La Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

This solid educational foundation has equipped him with the international expertise necessary to navigate the complexities of global business environments. His experience spans from emerging start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, where he has implemented cutting-edge technology solutions to revolutionize company cultures.An active member of the professional community, Dan contributes to various organizations, including SIM Boston, MassTLC, and Microsoft communities, where he engages in discussions on diversity, equity, and inclusion in IT. His leadership role in the SIM Boston Chapter as the National Chapter Advisory Council Chair underscores his commitment to the IT community and his dedication to fostering inclusive environments.

Dan is also known for his weekly contributions on YouTube, where he shares insights on the human side of business. He believes that the relationship between great people and good companies is reciprocal, and this philosophy has guided his approach to building high-performing cultures that significantly enhance financial outcomes. Dan's ability to connect people extends far beyond professional boundaries, and his passion for helping organizations thrive is evident in both his work and the professional relationships he has nurtured over the years. His influence in the tech industry is marked by a relentless dedication to creating environments where individuals can excel and succeed.